Welcome back to the 35th U.S. Senior Open. I am Mike Trostel, historian of the USGA Museum, with you here at Oak Tree National. I'd like to welcome Scott Verplank, an Edmond, Oklahoma, resident, into the media center. Scott is playing in his first U.S. Senior Open because tomorrow is his 50th birthday, so happy early birthday to you, Scott. You're also not only the newest member of the Champions Tour starting tomorrow after a PGA TOUR career that spanned 30 years and 630 tournaments, but you're out here and playing in a national championship to start off, so just talk about your first experience playing here in the U.S. Senior Open and playing here at your home course, Oak Tree.